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Did you know that energy costs represent 30 percent of a typical building's annual budget and is the single largest operating cost?                

Windows have been and continue to be an essential aspect of today's architecture. They provide views, natural light, and warmth. However, they also let in unwelcome heat, glare and damaging ultraviolet rays. Air-conditioning bills increase during hot weather due to the excessive energy load.

Today's technology in window tinting has revolutionized the market with advanced nanotechnology ceramic-coated window films. These films help meet the demand for window tinting products that provide excellent solar control performance, high clarity and low reflectivity. These superb heat rejection properties also play a vital role in conserving energy in buildings. Studies have shown that a significant reduction in utility costs can be achieved, giving you quick returns on your investment and cost savings year after year.


Whether you own a retail shop, restaurant, hotel or an office complex, window films provide business owners an economical way to immediately improve their bottom line. Not only does window film enhance building appearance and improve occupant comfort, it dramatically increases energy efficiency - reducing operating expenses. By rejecting up to 82 percent of the sun's total solar energy, window films for commercial applications help reduce energy bills and air conditioning run time. Additionally, comfort levels are significantly improved with the reduction of uncomfortable hot spots and annoying glare.

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Regardless of architectural design, window films installed on commercial buildings are a cost-effective way to rejuvenate a property's exterior appearance. A variety of shades, colors and performance levels are available and can easily be coordinated with a property's interior or exterior for a more contemporary look.

Commercial Tint
Dixies Sisters CX 60
Nw Interiors Glare

Touchmark at Mt. Bachelor Village, tinted and non-tinted with Ceramic Window Films.